Students who are waiting for the answer keys and results of NEET 2017, the wait has just got longer. As of now there is no official notification on the CBSE NEET official website The results for NEET 2017 are expected to release only  after June 13, 2017. It is expected that the updates regarding the results will be out only after the Gujarat High Court hearing  which is scheduled on June 13, 2017.  The Gujarat High Court recently heard the case disparities in the question papers of the NEET exam which was conducted on May 7, 2017.

CBSE has told the Gujarat High Court that it had framed different set of question papers for this year’s NEET for English and Gujarati language students fearing that regional language papers may get leaked. The Gujarat High court was not convinced by over the CBSE’s reply saying that the argument was not valid as leaking is possible even in English language question papers. CBSE in an affidavit filed before the division bench of Chief Justice R Subhash Reddy and Justice V M Pancholi said that it was done to make it easier for it to conduct the test again in case there is leak of regional language question papers. Also Read: NEET 2017: Rules to be followed in the examination hall for NEET exam

The students who had appeared for the test in Gujarati medium had moved the high court seeking the court’s direction to the CBSE to scrap the test held on May 7 and hold it afresh with same set of question papers for English and Gujarati languages. NEET or National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is a common entrance exam for admission into MBBS/ BDS as well as MS/MD/ MDS courses across various medical colleges in the country. The NEET UG (for admission into MBBA/BDS Courses) is conducted by the CBSE in association with the MCI (Medical Council of India) whereas the NEET PG (for admission into post graduate medical courses like MD/MS) is conducted by the National Board of Examinations. Also Read: NEET 2017 News Updates: Stay on CBSE NEET Result extended till June 12 even as board files counter affidavit, full report